The Global Top 30 consists of mid- to late-stage companies, originating from a variety of Cleantech industries, with a proven track record in their home markets and the goal to expand internationally, stated the release.
The release reported that companies were evaluated based on their positions for value capture in their industries and investment grade using the Keystone Compact Method.
Sonitec-Vortisand was selected as a finalist for the award based on the successful launch of the H2F Vortisand®, continued the release.
The Global Top 10 winners and one Grand Prize winner will be determined by a panel of investors and announced at the fifth annual CleanTech Investing Seminar in Lausanne, Switzerland, on Dec. 3, noted the release.
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